GOOD EATS

Whole30's Real Food Expert Reveals Secrets to Diet Success

Melissa Hartwig ate her way through Portland and chatted with us about paleo desserts, her favorite cookbooks, and the 30 day plan that could change your life.

05/14/2015 By Allison Jones

SOCCER

Match Preview: Timbers @ Houston Dynamo

Diego Valeri brings intangibles to the Portland attack that lead to tangible results.

05/13/2015 By Mike Schwartz

IN MEMORIAM

Why Josh Ozersky Was America's Most Original Food Writer

Local chefs and friends recall the life and times of meat evangelist Josh Ozersky, who moved to his beloved Portland before his untimely death on May 4.

05/13/2015 By Karen Brooks

HEALTH NEWS

Are You a Winter Person or a Summer Person? Your Genes May Hold the Answer

We round up the latest research, health news, and fitness tips to energize and inspire.

05/12/2015 By Allison Jones

BREAKING NEWS

Spielman Bagels Expands Its Hole-y Empire

One of Portland’s most beloved bagelmeisters will open a second location on Northeast Broadway.

05/12/2015 By Benjamin Tepler

COMEDY FESTIVAL

Bridgetown Comedy Festival: The Recap

From Janeane Garofalo's Spanx to Dana Gould's questionable clown jokes, we scribbled down the best moments from the 2015 Bridgetown Comedy Festival—or at least the best ones we could remember!

05/12/2015 By Ramona DeNies and Marty Patail

THEATER REVIEW

'The Lion' Roars Onto Portland Center Stage

Ben Scheuer plucks at the heartstrings in his Portland Center Stage one-man musical.

05/12/2015 By Fiona McCann

HIGH SPIRITS

Bluehour Unveils a Behind-the-Bar Juicer for Veggie-Powered Cocktails

"Hey bartender, there's radish juice in my drink!"

05/12/2015 By Allison Jones

VOX POPULI

Tell Us What You Think About Beer!

Take our free survey and enter to win a $50 gift card to Imperial.

05/12/2015 By Marty Patail

THEATER

Grimm Stars Get Ready to Take Over Portland Theater

Captain Renard and Monroe mix it up for Portland audiences when they bring Three Days of Rain to Portland Center Stage this month. Even if it does mean they're stuck in Stumptown for their Grimm vacation...

05/12/2015 By Rachel Sandstrom

FOOD AND DRINK EVENTS

Eat Beat Weekly Planner

April showers bring May flowers…and a yogurt-making class, National Escargot Day, and a citywide culinary fundraiser to battle domestic abuse.

05/12/2015 By Rachel Davidson

WIDE WORLD

Hot Travel Links: The Loch Ness Monster and the Upside of Climate Change

This week's best international travel stories.

05/12/2015 By Marty Patail

COASTAL EATS

Local Radio Host and Laughing Planet Team Up to Resurrect Astoria’s Custard King

Road trip alert! KNRK 94.7 morning host Greg Glover to re-open 1950s-era frozen custard and burger stand on Astoria’s main drag this June.

05/12/2015 By Kelly Clarke

FILM

Four Films You Can't Miss at Portland's QDoc Festival

With 11 films on show at Portland's Queer Documentary Film Festival—billed as the only film festival in the country devoted exclusively to LGBT documentaries—get ready for some serious screen time. Here are the four flicks we're most excited to see

05/09/2015 By Fiona McCann

TRAVEL NEWS

You Can Call an Uber from the Airport Now

Rides from PDX to downtown will cost as low as $22.

05/08/2015 By Marty Patail

SOCCER

Match Preview: Timbers @ Montréal Impact

Fix the offense and Timbers are a dangerous team in the Western Conference mosh pit.

05/08/2015 By Mike Schwartz

STAYCATION

The Jupiter Hotel's Beer Experience Package

Get ready for beer festival season with a sudsy stay at the trendy East Burnside hotel.

05/08/2015 By Marty Patail

REVIEW

The Circus Comes to Town—Again

Cirque du Soleil's Varekai is strong on spectacle and weak on story. But oh, what a show!

05/07/2015 By Larisa Owechko

FIRST THURSDAY

May Your Art Walk Be Epic

Fix your eye on this visual feast! We pick ten brand-new shows that make for a quadrant-hopping art odyssey. Pack a picnic, bring your bike, open your peepers.

05/07/2015 By Ramona DeNies and Rachel Sandstrom

EDITOR'S PICKS

Top Things to Do This Weekend: May 7–10

Obama AND Bill Moyers? Very statesmanlike! Also, drunk comedians (so, so many), duct tape art, and a penal colony tale from Down Under.

05/07/2015 By Ramona DeNies